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Magic Kingdom Update: Tomorrowland Construction (PART 2)


Welcome to the second part of our newest Magic Kingdom photo-report. As always, be sure to check out PART 1 before proceeding if you haven't already done so.
In the previous part, we walked around Main Street U.S.A. to check on the progress that has been done with the facade refurbishments that are taking place around the land; then, we moved on to Adventureland, Frontierland, and Liberty Square. Let's complete our tour of the park by exploring Fantasyland and Tomorrowland.


Entering Fantasyland:

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The park was not too busy during our visit:

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This FastPass+ sign is definitely new:

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Concrete is being replaced around Fantasyland:

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Let's walk toward the Fantasyland Forest:

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The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train had a 60-minute wait:

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Storybook Circus:

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Work continues to be done on the exterior of Space Mountain:

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The Space Mountain shop is still offering concierge services:

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Some of the private cabanas are still in place:

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A new coffee kiosk is being built next to the Rockettower Plaza Stage:

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Let's take a look above the walls:

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It is clear that they will soon install a large prop above the new kiosk:

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The nearby Coke kiosk is also surrounded by walls (the location is still open, though):

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Comments

  1. Dude! I was there on Monday and that coffee kiosk was just pvc pipes sticking out of the ground. They built that structure in just 4 days!

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    1. But it takes them 5 years to build a couple of new attractions..hmmmm

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  2. Any word on how those cabanas in tomorrow-land are selling?

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